Antonio Zrilić - Founder of Logiko Ltd. a boutique consulting firm. He is an Supply Chain Management expert and he has advised entrepreneurs and company owners, executives and professionals since 2007. He designed and carried out a number of successful international projects related to increase of capacity, process optimization and cost reduction. He has many years of experience in a variety of industries and is a certified management development coach in the field of Supply Chain Management (logistics, production and procurement).
From the mouth of his clients: "... He was the engine to drive change!"; "... He has returned the faith in ourselves to make great and significant changes!"; "... We have made a quantum leap in productivity and efficiency!"; "... We dramatically improved our cash flow ...".
He is the author of the books Stock Management in Six Steps & Logistics at lightning speed. He is an associate of several professional magazines and publications (Lider, Poslovni savjetnik, Ja trgovac, Progressive etc.).
He holds the following certificates: „Certified Management Consultant” (CMC); „Green Belt Six Sigma“; „SAP Solution Consultant Supply Chain Management” and many other coaching and consulting certificates.
He is a member of several associations such as the Supply Chain Management Association, the Croatian Association of Procurement, the Croatian Association of Exporters and CISEX (Association of Croatian Independent Software Exporters).
Since my childhood I have been fascinated by the story that says: “Learn from the sun – it rises in the morning, and it sets in the evening and it leaves behind the brightness and warmth.”
My second fascination is a systematic and strategic thinking, as old Romans were able to do, even with operative problems ("Hanibal ante portas!") to think strategically and plan a war on the enemy’s ground.
When I was at elementary school I got the book titled Learn from the Sun, which is actually a wonderful story about a teacher who advised his student to learn from the Sun: it rises in the morning, it sets down in the evening and leaves behind the brightness and warmth. Later at high school I wrote an essay on the subject (it was averagely assessed) and I took this conviction with me and put it in practice when working with my clients.